Noyemberyan Armenia composting toilet

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The following is contextual information about the toilet design and it's application in Armenia for more detailed technical info see: [[Appropedia:Noyemberyan Armenia Composting Toilet Project]]
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A composting toilet system installed in a house in [[Noyemberyan]], [[Armenia]].  It was designed and built by Peace Corps Volunteer, [[Dan Retz]], April, 2004 More details available on request: [email protected]  ''Some more abstract should go here.  About one or two paragraphs should be good.  <small>--[[User:Lonny|Lonny]] 04:04, 21 April 2008 (UTC)</small>''
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== Armenia Composting Toilet Installation in an Armenian House ==
 
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[[Noyemberyan]], [[Armenia]]
 
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Designed and Built by Peace Corps Volunteer, [[Dan Retz]], April, 2004
 
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Details available on request: [email protected]
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet house.jpg|Picture of the house
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet basement.jpg|View Showing location of composter
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet collector.jpg|Composting Chamber in basement/storage area
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet graywater.jpg|Urine line to be linked with gray water system, Screened air inlets.
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet collector top.jpg|Detail showing movable lid to remove and install the barrel.
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet bag.jpg|Detail of a “bag” made from flour sacks designed to support and maximize ventilation of compost ( bag is to be mounted inside of barrel).
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet room.jpg|Picture of the installed toilet stool and ventilation pipe. Fan is installed inside the pipe just above the ceiling.
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet seat.jpg|Detail of urine diversion funnel. The funnel is plumbed to a 1” pipe which exits the toilet chute via a 90 degree fitting, and later is plumbed to a gray water system.
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet vent juct.jpg|Detail of vent pipe attachment.
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet inside bag.jpg|Another view of the composting bag.
 
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image:Armenia compositing toilet seat2.jpg|Picture showing foam mattress used as a air gasket and protection from flies. Detail of urine line combined with gray water system. Later project will be to divert this combined system for usage in the garden.
 
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image:Two-floor-house-toilet-assy2.jpg|Design drawings
 
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image:Two-floor-house-toilet-assy1.jpg|Design drawings
 
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image:Barrel-subassy1.jpg|Design drawings
 
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Armenia compositing toilet room.jpg

A composting toilet system installed in a house in Noyemberyan, Armenia. It was designed and built by Peace Corps Volunteer, Dan Retz, April, 2004 More details available on request: [email protected] Some more abstract should go here. About one or two paragraphs should be good. --Lonny 04:04, 21 April 2008 (UTC)




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